Spaghetti Squash with Red Lentil SauceBy Selina RoseSpaghetti squash is a nutritious alternative to pasta noodles. It’s stringy texture mimics spaghetti but it’s nutrition profile is filled with fiber and vitamins-a great addition to any meal plan.
Quinoa Bean SautéBy Selina RoseA versatile staple that can easily be turned into different variations of the same dish. Mix and match vegetables and spice combinations for new creations
Millet & Lentil Salad, Mediterranean-StyleBy Selina RoseSalads can be more than just leafy greens. Combining lentils and millet together make the base for a great vegetable salad. The best part is that it keeps in the fridge (in an sir tight container) for up to one week, and doesn’t need to be refrigerated if you take it to work with you during the day.
Zucchini Noodles with Meat SauceBy Selina RoseThis is a healthy twist on the classic spaghetti Bolognese. Zucchini noodles are filled with fiber and slow-burning carbohydrates (compared to traditional noodles) and every bit as satisfying. This recipe is great for weeknights when you’re in a pinch for something quick and comforting.
Baked Sweet Potato BitesBy Selina RoseMake your sweet potatoes taste like pumpkin pie with this super easy recipe. Expand your spice cupboard to include Garam Masala (an Indian spice blend) and cumin (from the middle east) and enjoy this delicious treat.
Roasted Butternut Squash SoupBy Selina RoseEnjoy this simple recipe for a classic fall soup. This dairy and gluten-free butternut squash soup is easy to make and tastes delicious with full flavours from the roasted vegetables.
Protein + Greens SautéBy Selina RoseThis recipe is great to have on hand because it makes a large batch that you can keep in the fridge to put on top of salad, grains, or eat on its own. This dish is high in protein, has alkalizing greens, and is full of flavor; best of all, it’s quick and easy to make.
Millet Vegetable PilafBy Selina RoseA delicious side dish, with the staying power of a pseudo grain (millet) and the anti-inflammatory power of turmeric. Serve alongside fish, beef, or even eat it alone. Makes a great snack.
Pickerel with Lemon and ThymeBy Selina RosePickerel is a light fish that contains healthy fats. To make this dish into a meal, add steamed fresh green beans and roasted potatoes or carrots.
BBQ Fish PocketsBy Selina RoseTake advantage of the BBQ for most meals during the summer. Cooking fish and vegetables together gives delicious flavours to both. Pockets can be prepared ahead of time (up to 2 days) to be put on the grill in the evening.
Healthy Egg Salad – 2 WaysBy Selina RoseTry these healthy twists on traditional egg salad. Pair with whole grain crackers or sprouted grain bread.
Curried Chickpeas & Wild RiceBy Selina RoseThis curried chickpea dish is the perfect quick and delicious meal for a weeknight. Remember to soak dried chickpeas overnight, or have a can on hand. Experiment with different spices for warm ethnic flavours.
Coconut-Lime Chicken & Snow PeasBy Selina RoseThis recipe makes a great stir-fry when served with rice, or a delicious salad when served on top of greens. The dressing is versatile and can be used to marinate the chicken and dress a salad.
Bison ChiliBy Selina RoseA delicious alternative to ground beef, bison is lean and flavourful. Add as many vegetables as you like to this recipe. Serve with whole grain bread for dipping, or on its own for a warming winter meal.
Spicy Roasted CauliflowerBy Selina RoseThis dish is simple, memorable and bound to please hot sauce addicts. Eat as a side dish, on its own, or add to soups or salads.
Cauliflower with OlivesBy Selina RoseThis might just become your new go-to method for making cauliflower. This makes a great snack or a side dish for dinner. Healthy fats from olive oil and whole olives make this dish as satisfying as it is delicious.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with WalnutsBy Selina RoseIf you need to be convinced that Brussels Sprouts are tasty, this recipe will do it. Roasting brings out their sweetness which pairs well with the added crunch from the walnuts.
Bok Choy & ChickpeasBy Selina RoseThis is a light dish that can be eaten on it’s own, or used as a side dish for fish or meat. Bok Choy is often cooked with garlic, shallots, or ginger, and tends to take on the flavour of whatever it is cooked with. Use chickpeas cooked from dry, or canned chickpeas, if others are not available.
Asian Broccoli SaladBy Selina RoseAn Asian inspired salad. This can be served as a side dish to a meat meal, or combined with nuts or beans to make a light meal.